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@shivieedwards The system is slightly different in Wealden, if police do see the offence they will issue a ticket. Please use local contact 27/11/2015 09:32:28

#A27 near #Firle is going to be closed at 10.30am for a while as a lorry that went 'off-roading' in early hours is pulled out of field. 27/11/2015 09:24:09

@blue_fairy6 could have been related to what @NPAS_Redhill were helping us with in #Brighton. Take a look at their feed for info. 27/11/2015 09:20:51

#A23 at #Pyecombe now mostly clear. One vehicle awaiting recovery, but almost back to normal. 27/11/2015 09:17:44

Several minor shunts on #A23 and #A27 this morning. Let's keep Black Friday in the shops and off our roads. Keep focused folks. 27/11/2015 08:35:27

Visit the NaCTSO website today for info about protecting online devices like mobile phones: #CounterTerrorismUK 27/11/2015 08:29:57

@shivieedwards The contact details are on this page 27/11/2015 07:57:52

#A23 severely congested after four car crash north of #Pyecombe. No serious injuries reported at this time. Police and ambulance attending. 27/11/2015 07:52:38

Missing #StLeonards woman Diane Robertson has been found safe and well. Thanks for the retweets. 27/11/2015 00:24:06

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Friday November 27

Two men arrested for Worthing mobile phone shop burglary

12 December 2012

Quick work and determination from officers meant two men were arrested on suspicion of burglary after a mobile phone shop's alarm was activated.

At just after midnight on Wednesday December 12 the intruder alarm was activated at the T-mobile shop on Montague Street in Worthing. Police were called and using local CCTV and unmarked vehicles in the town, they managed to locate the suspects' vehicle.

The vehicle then headed northbound along the A24 and was later stopped by police officers at the Capel roundabout, aided by officers from Surrey. Two men were arrested and a quantity of mobile phones were recovered.
Detective Sergeant Alex Lowe said: "At this time of year there is often an increase in this type of offence as criminals try to cash in on Christmas. Worthing officers conducted a well co-ordinated and effective investigation which led to the early arrest of the offenders. This demonstrates that if you commit this type of crime, you will get caught."

The two men, a 21-year-old from Brighton and a 41-year-old, remain in custody on Wednesday 12 December.

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